POS 409 ENTIRE COURSE


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POS 409 ENTIRE COURSE

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 POS 409 ENTIRE COURSE
 
 
WEEK  1


POS 409 Week 1 Individual Assignment Tip Calculator

 

Instructions: Using Microsoft® Visual Studio®, write an application that is used to determine the tip amount that should be added to a restaurant charge. Allow the user to input the total, before taxes and the tip percentage (15% or 20%). Produce output showing the calculated values including the total amount due for both the 15% and the 20% tips. Write appropriate methods for your solution.

 

 
WEEK  2

POS 409 Week 2 Learning Team Assignment Project, Part One

 

Instructions: Using Microsoft® Visual Studio®, create a program that allow users to enter data for Students, Faculty Members, Courses, and Register students to courses. The Main menu should offer choices including, but not limited to:   

  • Adding students
  • Adding faculty members
  • Adding courses
  • Registering students to course(s)
  • Printing a registration report
  • Exiting Program Complete the Main Menu. Hint: Use a switch statement to accomplish the task. Submit Part One of the team's project to the Assignment Files tab.

 


 

 

 

POS 409 Week 2 Individual Assignment Loops

 

Instructions: Using Microsoft® Visual Studio®, write a for loop which displays every third number beginning with ten and continuing to 100. Submit your program to the Assignment Files tab.

 

 

 

WEEK  3

 POS 409 Week 3 Learning Team Assignment Project, Part Two

 

Instructions: Using Microsoft® Visual Studio®, develop the details of each section using the program in Week Two. Review the following for an example:   

  • Adding students - The following data should be collected from student users:
  • First name
  • Last name
  • Student ID number
  • Address
  • Phone
  • E-mail
  • Degree program
  • Adding faculty members - The following data should be collected from faculty users: •  First name            
  • Last name
  • Faculty ID number
  • Address
  • Phone
  • E-mail
  • College program
  • Adding courses - The following data should be collected:
  • Course number
  • Course description
  • Start date
  • End date
  • Location
  • Number of credits
  • Faculty ID number The program should store user inputs in flat files. Hint: Use a class to create custom types.


 
 POS 409 Week 3 Individual Text Files


Instructions: Store ten student names and their individual score in a text file such as Notepad. There will be one score per student. Write a C# program using Microsoft® Visual Studio® to retrieve the names and the scores. Display the student name with the highest score and the average score of the class. Show what is being written in the new file. Hint: You might consider adding delimiters between the data values in the original text file to simplify retrieving and processing the data. Submit your program to the Assignment Files tab.

 


WEEK  4

 POS 409 Week 4 Learning Team Assignment Project, Part Three

 

Instructions: Develop the details in the Register Students to Courses Program using the program your team created in Weeks Two and Three. The program should be able to retrieve information from flat files and allow users to register students to courses. Include appropriate exception handling techniques. For example, a student should not be able to register for a course that has already passed the start date. Submit Part Three of the team's project to the Assignment Files tab.

 

 

 

 

 

 POS 409 Week 4 Individual Assignment Exceptions

 

Instructions: Using Microsoft® Visual Studio®, write an application to find the area and perimeter of a rectangle for the given input values of Length and Width in different measurement units using inches (in), feet (ft), meters (m), and centimeters (cm). In addition, write an Area Converter class that can be used to convert output in different measurement units. If the user enters a negative number or a nonnumeric value, throw and handle an exception. Your solution should include exception-handling techniques with a minimum of two catch clauses.

 

 

WEEK  5

 POS 409 Week 5 Learning Team Assignment Final Project

 

Instructions: Develop the details in the Print Registration Report using the program in Weeks Two, Three, and Four. Output the course registration confirmation along with the details of students, faculty members, and courses registered. Include validation to make sure that all fields are completed.  Submit the working program to the Assignment Files tab.

 

           

 POS 409 Week 5 Learning Team Assignment Presentation

 

Instructions: Prepare an 8- to 10-slide PowerPoint® presentation with speaker notes showing how the team members approached this task, what techniques they used, and the challenges faced in developing this program. Include screenshots of flowcharts, pseudo codes, source codes, testing data, and/or program windows.

 



 

 

 

POS 409 Week 5 Individual Assignment Present an Overview of C# Programming

 

Instructions: Assume the role of an IT manager that is asked to present an overview of C# programming. Prepare an 8- to 10-slide presentation with speaker notes or an audio recording/podcast containing the following content:   

  • Highlights of C# syntax
  • Overview of mathematical operators and a coding fragment sample
  • Overview of loops and a coding fragment sample
  • Overview of conditional expressions and a coding fragment sample
  • Databases versus text files
  • Overview of exceptions, errors, and debugging
  • Explanation the benefits of LINQ in C# programming. Including how LINQ compares to other query languages such as SQL and XQuery
  • A conclusion slide that contains at least three important tips for C# programmers that you have gained over the last four weeks.

 

 

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